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  • Gold Rush, because it features one of my favorite performers, Lee Patterson

    • by Orrymain

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      I love this episode, MacGyver: Gold Rush, because it features one of my favorite performers, Lee Patterson. Lee was one of the stars of Surfside Six in the sixties, but where I really grew to love his work was on the daytime drama, One Life to Live, where he played Joe Riley for many years. He was awesome, and I’ve never forgotten him. I’ve

      seen much of his other work, and he’s always great. Lee loved sailing more than acting, though, and he sort of left acting behind at one point, so when he popped up on something like this fourth season entry of MacGyver, it was lots of fun.

      Here, Lee plays Turk West, the only survivor of a downed aircraft from World War II. There’s a potential treasure with ...

      • the lost craft, which Turk has just found. The Phoenix Foundation leads an expedition to find the 45-year-old plane and retrieve its cargo. A couple of Russians go along as well, including a gal who has a history with MacGyver, one he’s not eager to remember based on his first reaction. We eventually learned that she had used Mac, though not by choice, and our
        hero being his forgiving self, accepts her apology.

        The real fun of the episode, though, is solving the mystery of the rich cargo and what happened to it and who was responsible. There are some twists and turns, and it’s intriguing to watch. Instead of finding a lot of skeletons and gold, they found just a single brick with writing on it. The mystery is on.

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